It's no secret that AMD is planning for some major releases before this quarter ends, but the exact time line has only been suggested. Thankfully, now the schedule for AMD's June offensive has leaked online so everyone can mark their calendars and make plans for potential upgrades.
The whole AMD-flavored madness will begin on June 1st at Computex where the company will reveal its Sabine notebook platform (powered by the Llano A-Series APUs), the 900 Series chipsets (there will be FM1 parts for Llano and AM3+ parts for Zambezi/FX Series CPUs), and the VISION 2011 line (basically includes all desktop/notebook/netbook platforms for this year).
Moving forward to June 7th, this is the day on which AMD will officially unveil the FX Series processors (Zambezi) and the AM3+ platform. The 6/8-core Zambezi chips will have their debut at E3 in Los Angeles.
On June 13 the AMD-supported Fusion Developer Summit will kick off in Seattle and will, of course, focus on the Fusion ecosystem. Nothing all that exciting for the regular user but there may be some interesting software announcement made.
Last but not least, on June 14, AMD will hold in Seattle the 'Client Launch Event' for both the Sabine (notebook) and Lynx (desktop) platforms, and the VISION 2011 offering. Expect a heap of announcement on the 14th since partners will get the green light to reveal their Sabine/Lynx-based products.
As you can see there will be two fiery AMD weeks in June so don't book any time off. We sure won't.